A cash prize for a creativity award for Peebles will be spend on a series of monthly art festivals in the town.
Peebles has won an award for being the most creative place of its size in Scotland, along with £100,000.
Those behind the bid plan to spend it on a creative action plan running from March to December.
Each month will concentrate on a particular theme, such as music, literature or crafts.
The programme will also work with festivals already held in the town, such as the Arts Festival and the TweedLove biking festival.
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